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Past articles by Christopher:

Passenger growth at Austin’s airport is hitting forecasts five years ahead of schedule

“Explosive growth” at Austin’s airport has led officials to reevaluate terminal designs and plans for additional capacity, as the airport hits passenger forecasts years ahead of schedule. → Read More

Almost 60 school districts in Texas have now made the switch to four-day weeks

According to a KXAN analysis, at least 59 districts have made the switch. Some of those districts have recently approved the change effective for the 2023-24 school year. → Read More

Austin is the fastest-growing city in the country for millionaires

Austin is the fastest-growing city for millionaires, according to the 2023 Wealth Report by Henley & Partners. → Read More

VOTE: Help us choose the best KXAN viewer photo of February 2023

We want to showcase some of the amazing photos we receive. Help us choose the best KXAN viewer photo of February 2023! → Read More

‘Not constitutional’: Lawmakers hear how efforts to save a state park from permanent closure failed

A subcommittee of the Texas House of Representatives has heard how negotiations to save a state park from sale and permanent closure failed, with a developer calling the state’s offer to purchase the land “not palatable and not constitutional.” → Read More

Feeling lucky? The current Lotto Texas jackpot is the largest in 12 years

The jackpot for the Feb. 25 drawing is the largest Lotto Texas prize in more than 12 years. → Read More

What is the most visited state park in Texas? Here’s the top 10 countdown

Across the Lone Star State, there are 87 state parks, natural areas and historic sites currently operated by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. But which gets the most visitors? → Read More

Austin Council approves settlements with family of man killed by APD; 3 involved in 2020 protests

The Austin City Council has approved almost $5 million in settlements with four people who filed separate civil rights lawsuits against the city. → Read More

First case of highly-contagious rabbit disease detected in Hill Country

The first case of a deadly disease that affects wild and domestic rabbits has been detected in the Hill Country. → Read More

Allegiant to introduce new route from Austin-Bergstrom this summer

Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air is expanding its options out of Austin, adding a new nonstop route this summer. → Read More

Which Texas city has the most reported unidentified object sightings?

The U.S. government has taken more action to address airborne objects in the country’s airspace. This month, the U.S. military shot down four unidentified objects in a week. → Read More

Texas state park to close and be turned into multi-million dollar development

A Texas state park is set to permanently close later this month to be turned into a multi-million dollar development. Now, a state representative is trying to prevent that, filing a bill to allow the state to acquire the land through eminent domain. → Read More

Austin weather history: The hottest, coldest, wettest and snowiest Valentine’s Days

KXAN dug through the archives to find the hottest, coldest, wettest and snowiest Valentine’s Days in history. → Read More

4 new routes announced for Austin airport, including 2 new international destinations

Four new flights will soon be offered from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, with two new international destinations added to the schedule this summer. → Read More

Austin coffee shop named among the best in the country

Digital travel magazine Trips to Discover has named its favorite coffee shops in the country, and an Austin company made the cut. → Read More

Report: You’d need five minimum wage jobs to afford a typical apartment in Austin

Property website Zillow looked at typical rental prices in the 50 largest cities nationwide and compared those to the minimum wage in each city. → Read More

Your photos and videos help show the scope of the historic 2023 Central Texas ice storm

Here’s a look at the historic storm, as seen through the lens of KXAN viewers. → Read More

Census highlights changes in Austin’s music scene, as high costs push musicians to suburbs

Results from the 2022 Greater Austin Music Census were released Friday. The census, a community-led initiative with more than 50 partners, including KXAN, is the second completed by the city. → Read More

VOTE: What is the best KXAN viewer photo of January 2023?

We want to showcase some of the amazing photos we receive. Help us choose the best KXAN viewer photo of January 2023! → Read More

Del Valle resident claims $1 million winning lottery ticket sold in Austin

Someone in Del Valle is — all of a sudden — a whole lot richer after winning a $1 million prize in the Powerball. → Read More